Forget About the Kochs. Meet the Real Masterminds of Conservative Philanthropy - 2014-05-23

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F0.png Forget About the Kochs. Meet the Real Masterminds of Conservative Philanthropy May 23, 2014, David Callahan, Inside Philanthropy

It's not often that somebody hands a quarter-million check to an opinion journalist, but that's what the Bradley Foundation did this week when it named the Wall Street Journal's Kimberly Strassel as a winner of the Bradley Prize. Strassel writes the WSJ's Potomac Watch column as well as unsigned editorials for the paper's fire-breathing editorial page.

Last year, a Bradley prize went to Yuval Levin, the University of Chicago PhD who is the founding editor of National Affairs, a quarterly journal of public policy and political thought.

What do these people have in common? They're both at the forefront of the right's ideas and message machine, which the Bradley Foundation has done more to build than any single funder in America.

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